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April 15, 1995 Table Of Contents

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The Early Years

IN THE BEGINNING FOR THE FIRST 44 SEASONS, THE STORY OF BASKETBALL AT UCLA WAS ONE OF CHANGE, NOT CHAMPIONSHIPS

By Hank Hersch

The First Champions

BIRTH OF A DYNASTY THE BRUINS' UNHERALDED '64 TEAM WENT 30-0 AND USHERED IN A DOZEN YEARS OF GREATNESS

By Frank Deford

THE GLORY YEARS FROM 1964 TO '75, THE BRUINS ACHIEVED A RUN OF TITLES THAT WILL NEVER AGAIN BE DUPLICATED

By William F. Reed

The Patriarch

WOODEN'S WAY THE UCLA COACH ALWAYS TOOK THE RAINBOW, NOT THE POT OF GOLD

By Alexander Wolff

20 Years Of Frustration

BRUINS IN RUINS WITH JOHN WOODEN GONE, THE BANNER YEARS ENDED AND DISAPPOINTMENT SET IN

By Kelli Anderson

The Regular Season

STAYING UP THE BRUINS DEFIED THEIR CRITICS BY GETTING OFF TO A STRONG START AND FINISHING EVEN STRONGER

By Hank Hersch

The Bruins The O'bannon Brothers

SIBLING SYNERGY THE BRUINS' BROTHER ACT OF ED AND CHARLES O'BANNON HAS PLAYED TO RAVE REVIEWS IN LOS ANGELES

By Richard Hoffer

The Bruins Tyus Edney

THE TY THAT BINDS THE BRUIN POINT GUARD KEPT HIS TEAM TOGETHER TILL THE END

By Michael Silver

The Bruins The Freshmen

IT'S ONE OR THE OTHER WHEN TOBY BAILEY ISN'T ON, J.R. HENDERSON USUALLY IS

By Tim Crothers

The Bruins George Zidek

BY GEORGE! AFTER A CLOSE CALL IN PRAGUE, THE CENTER FINALLY HAD HIS DREAM DAY

By Ashley McGeachy

The Bruins Cameron Dollar

MONEY PLAYER WHEN TYUS EDNEY WENT OUT, THE SOPHOMORE POINT GUARD CASHED IN

By Ashley McGeachy

The Bruins The Bench

TOWEL POWER THEY ALSO SERVED WHO ONLY SAT -- AND SAT -- AND STYLED

By Ashley McGeachy

The Ncaa Tournament Rounds 1 & 2

CUTTING IT CLOSE AFTER A ROUND 1 ROUT, TYUS EDNEY'S LAST-GASP DASH BEAT MISSOURI

By Kelli Anderson

The Ncaa Tournament Rounds 3 & 4

MOVIN' ON AFTER OVERPOWERING MISSISSIPI STATE, THE BRUINS OUTRAN UCONN

By Michael Silver

The Final Four

GUNNING DOWN THE COWBOYS UCLA WENT TO SEATTLE AND RAN THE OKLAHOMA STATE POSSE RIGHT OUT OF TOWN

By Tim Crothers

The Championship Game

FINALLY! UCLA ENDS ITS 20-YEAR DROUGHT BY BEATING ARKANSAS IN THE TITLE GAME

By Jack McCallum

The Coach

ON TOP AT LAST JOHN WOODEN'S SHADOW IS LONG, BUT JIM HARICK HAS SECURED A PLACE IN THE SUN

By Jack McCallum

Final Shot

THE GAME'S THE THING BEYOND THE HOOPLA, HYPE AND HOT AIR, SAYS A FORMER BRUIN, THE FINAL FOUR STILL DELIVERS

By Ken Heitz Ken Heitz, who played guard and forward on UCLA's '67, '68 and '69 national championship teams, is a partner in a Los Angeles law firm.

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